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Linda Halliday, assistant inspector general of audits and evaluations, Office of Inspector General. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

(Bloomberg) — Benefits for military veterans will cost an extra $1.14 billion in the next five years without management improvements in an agency already criticized for health-care delays, according to an inspector general’s report.


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